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Police dispatcher says night of fatal boat crash was 'insanity'
A police dispatcher with Greater Sudbury police and fire described the 911 call centre the night of a fatal boat crash in 2013 as “insanity.”
Do you know who shot and abandoned a moose in Timmins? The MNRF is looking for tips
The Ministry of Natural Resources is looking for help in figuring out who shot and abandoned a moose northwest of Timmins.
Cannabis legalization— long-time pot smokers not sure they want the government as their dealer
It is now legal to smoke, consume and carry marijuana in Canada. It's a big change for some in northern Ontario, and not so much for others.
Pot is now legal in Ontario. Here's what you need to know
It's legalization day for recreational use of cannabis. If you are 19 years of age or older, you can now buy, consume and grow recreational marijuana in Ontario. You can also share up to 30 grams of pot among adults over 19.
This Sudbury man survived leukemia and a double lung transplant
Don Perreault has had a lot of bad luck and a lot of good luck in his life. When he was 28, Don discovered he had chronic myeloid leukemia.
Will a new chronic pain clinic cut down on opioid use? This Sudbury doctor hopes so
Survivor of boat crash says he'll 'bleed out' in future before phoning 911
Building permit? Check. Place Des Arts construction to start next week
How a former Sudbury soldier survived an explosion on his second tour in Afghanistan
Wait list for new chronic pain management clinic in Sudbury 'sobering'
Incumbent Timmins councillor calls for financial audit of Stars and Thunder festival
Would-be mayors and councillors talk taxes ahead of municipal election
Inquest begins into Ontario's 911 system
Sudbury's Forest-Niesing appointed to the senate
Float plane crashes near Cobalt, OPP say
OPP say duck hunter dead after canoe capsizes
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